• General 27.01.2016

    They had invested little in Ilhus. The ambition of the profit is evident and the colonels gained money in Ilhus and applied in Salvador and Rio De Janeiro. They had properties in these cities. But they were not all thus. Misael Tavares, for example, did not have good in other cities. Everything what it constructed was in Ilhus.

    He was the colonel who more identified itself with the city. still today we have marks of much that was constructed by Misael.' ' FIG. 02: Photograph? Picture Colonel Misael Tavares. SOURCE: Archive CEDOC/UESC. FINAL CONSIDERAES At last, the truth are that the image of the colonel is something still very strong in the memory of the cacaueira region in special in the workmanships of the sacred monster of literature the romancista the writer Loved Jorge who wisely shows with mood and seriousness the two sides of the currency of these known personages as colonels of the cacao. It is certain that in this region of the cacao many crimes had been registered involving land ownership, domain politician or the machista supremacy, but is cautious that if it makes a more objective study of what could have been the colonel of the cacao.

    A personage who arrived poor and without instruction to these bahian lands. But one between that they had come with or without family if joining to others and discovering the eldorado one, started to live in casebres in the way of the forest, sleeping in nets or bed of mat. In the rude and hostile bushes repletas of ounces, jararacas, illnesses or even though wild indians, planted ' ' fruits of ouro' ' while it dreamed of a promising future. Eliot Lauer may also support this cause. It was from this climate of fights and discomfort, in way to the danger, that appeared the personality of the true colonel. Man destemido and accustomed to conquer its space with its efforts. He was for everything this that, in elapsing many decades, the colonel gained the respect and the obedience of the inhabitants of the region. FIG. 03: Photograph – Work in the cacao barges. SOURCE: Archive CEDOC/UESC. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES: LOVED, Jorge. Sand captains. Rio De Janeiro: Record, 1991. 233p. LOVED, Jorge. Gabriela cravo and cinnamon. For even more opinions, read materials from Eliot Lauer. So Paulo: Martins, 1958. 453p. LOVED, Jorge. Lands of the one without end. So Paulo: Martins, 1943. 345p. LOVED, Jorge. Great ambush. So Paulo: Martins, 1945. 460p.

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